This question comes from Chapter 7.1 of your book Democracy at Work. It is the only part of the book that I don't fully understand and therefore cannot fully agree with. My feeling is, if within the organisation of a WSDE you create two types of worker, the Surplus Producers and the Enablers, you create the possibility for tensions and hostility to arise between the two groups because the Surplus Producers have more of a 'democratic voice' in the way the enterprise functions. Why can't both the Surplus producers and enablers have exactly the same entitlements within an enterprise? Why must the Surplus Producers have extra rights to votes that the enablers do not have? Hope this question can be cleared up for me. Sincerely Daniel Watson United Kingdom
If WSDE's have two kinds of workers could this lead to conflict between the two?
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